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—The General Committee for the organization of the next International Medical Congress, consisting of twenty-five members, held its first general meeting in Washington, Nov. 29, 1884. Fifteen members were present and answered to the roll-call, viz.: Drs. J. R. Chadwick, of Boston; A. Jacobi and T. F. Rochester, of New York; J. M. DaCosta, S. Wier Mitchell, and I. Minis Hays, of Philadelphia; W. C. Van Bibber and C. Johnson, of Baltimore; J. S. Billings, U. S. A., J. M. Browne, U. S. N., and S. C. Busey, of Washington; N. S. Davis and H. A. Johnson, of Chicago; W. W. Dawson, of Cincinnati, and Geo. J. Engleman, of St. Louis. Dr. J. S. Thomas, of Savannah, Ga., also arrived to attend the meeting, but was, unfortunately, confined to his hotel by sickness. The absent members were: Drs. Austin Flint and L. A. Sayre, of New York; Geo. C. Shattuck,
The International Medical Congress of 1887. JAMA. 1884;III(23):632. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390720016003
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